Print Shop in Elizabeth

Up to 53% Off Video Transfer Services

Adari's Photo Video Creations

Clark

$40 $19

Digitization specialists with more than 14 years of experience transfer video from outdated formats to DVD

Up to 77% Off Custom Framing at Art Devons

Art Devons

Caldwell

$100 $30

Custom framing of paintings, posters, sports jerseys, artwork, certificates, and photos of any size and shape

Up to 59% Off Video-to-DVD Conversion

Memories on Media

Online Deal

$99.95 $49.99

Video-duplication experts transfer video onto DVD, updating the medium and making its content more accessible

Up to 56% Off Arts and Crafts Classes with Bars + Crafts

Bars + Crafts

On Location

$100 $50

Enjoy drinks at local bars while doing arts and crafts, such as creating your own iPhone case, photo canvas, or scratch art coasters.

$6.99 for a Customized Framed Canvas from FramedUp.com

FramedUp.com

Online Deal

$74.95 $6.99

Favorite snapshots printed on archival-quality mounted and framed canvas; a wall-ready work of art that can last for more than 75 years

86% Off Digitization Services from PeggyBank

PeggyBank

Online Deal

$200 $29

Crush-resistant boxes deliver priceless videos and pictures safely to technicians to be transformed into digital files

61% Off Custom Framing at Metro Art & Frame

Metro Art & Frame

Multiple Locations

$100 $39

Professional framers ensconce art in wood or metal frames complete with five types of glass and acid-free mats

50% Off Photo Printing at Pro Image

Pro Image

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Images can be reprinted from slides, negatives, or prints; multiple size options available for photo reprints

Up to 71% Off Framing

Paint Box Soho

New York

$100 $39

Skilled craftsfolk preserve artwork with museum-quality picture framing, wet/dry mounting, and frame repair with high-end materials

75% Off Custom Framing

Gallery on 3rd

Upper East Side

$100 $25

Master framers draw on more than 18 years of experience as they preserve works of art and memorabilia with museum-quality materials

Up to 54% Off Photo-Printing Class for One or Two

Bushwick Community Darkroom

Bushwick

$60 $29

Students print black-and-white photos the old-fashioned way with developed negatives and photo paper in a brand-new darkroom space

Up to 60% Off Custom Framing

Art & Frame Express

Multiple Locations

$110 $49

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Clients tweak colors and texture for custom-framed projects such as shadowboxes, diplomas, jerseys, or family photos to be given as gifts

61% Off Framing at Decor Art Gallery

Decor Art Gallery

Gramercy Park

$100 $39

Skilled artisans frame images with custom materials and clear conservation glass

Half Off Printing and Binding Services

NYC Printing LLC

NoHo

$30 $15

The company has more than 20 years of experience in the field of design and printing

Up to 56% Off at JMC Custom Framing Inc

JMC Custom Framing Inc

Clinton

$100 $45

Experienced frame creators help customers select 100% American-made materials for custom-framing projects

61% Off Custom Framing

Westside Frame Shop

Chelsea

$100 $39

Seasoned framing experts craft custom frames, using conservation techniques and archival materials upon request

Up to Half Off Custom Framing at Jadite Gallery

Jadite Galleries

Clinton

$100 $50

Gallery with more than 4,000 custom framing options uses acid-free materials to frame anything from pictures to frames

44% Off Custom Photobook Printing

Crystal Memories Inc.

New Dorp

$50 $28

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 85% Off at Art and Framing Gallery

Art and Framing Gallery

Hanover

$100 $15

Archivists with decades of experience preserve artwork, keepsakes, and documents in museum-quality framing materials

Select Local Merchants

After apprenticing with master framers in Yorkshire and London, Heba Elbanna opened Tresorie, where she designs custom frames that archive cherished memories and reflect her clients' unique tastes. Drawing on nine years of French matting experience, she carefully applies transparent watercolor washes and hand-inked lines around matted works of art. This technique, which first arose in the late 18th century, was nearly quelled by the Industrial Revolution, a time of great societal change when the rise of precise machinery made hands obsolete. Fortunately, 20th-century artists revived the French matting technique, and today Heba often incorporates the classic designs into the framing of modern art pieces as well as contemporary photographs.

When she isn't painting delicate lines, Heba and her staff source frames from Larsen-Juhl and Roma Moulding, which come in styles ranging from slim and minimalistic to wide and ornate. Staffers can protect photographs and prints with simple, clear glass as well as museum quality, UV-resistant glass that reduces glare from grouchy portraits. In addition to cutting single, double, and multi-windowed mats, Heba also displays three-dimensional pieces—such as antique pipes and fans—inside specially designed frames. Customers can view Heba's handiwork on her online gallery and peruse samples of her French matting.

1204 Washington St
Hoboken,
NJ
US

At Right Angle, owner Pablo Godoy and his staff of skilled artisans complete each framing project in-house at one of three locations. They use museum-quality materials such as anti-reflective glass, Bainbridge cotton, and acid-free mat-boards. Using moulding styles by Larson-Juhl, the shop provides handsome settings for everything from treasured paintings to family heirlooms such as your grandpa's favorite chair.

320 Washington St
Hoboken,
NJ
US

Jadite Gallery has been finding homes for wall decor for more than 30 years. That includes common works such as paintings, photographs, diplomas, and mirrors, as well as less common wall-hangings such as shadow boxes, needlework, delicate pieces in need of conservation framing, and high-end interdimensional portals. In fact, unique orders are their specialty, and the designers on staff encourage clients to request a price quote no matter how strange they think their job might be. The artists are armed with more than 4,000 framing options and acid-free materials, and are also equipped to assist with canvas stretching and floating mounts.

662 10th Ave
New York,
NY
US

A.I. Freidman's meticulously organized shelves and displays teem with equipment and supplies for artists of almost every medium. Pick your perfect paint wand, such as a set of four Princeton natural-bristle brushes ($2.88–$21.48) and dapple canvases with rich pigments such as Winton oil colors ($3.13–$9), whose blues are bolstered by cadmium and cobalt, and greens are enhanced with kryptonite. A 12-pack of charcoal ($7.49) creates soft lines and shadows, and an X-Acto standard knife chest's three handles and seventeen blades allow precise artistic slices ($29.59). For artists dabbling in the third dimension, a spectrum of polymer clays, such as a 30-color Sculpey sampler ($20.79), molds to any artistic aspiration, such as Technicolor busts of Spiro Agnew. In addition to art supplies, A.I. Freidman offers custom framing, tabletop frames, mementos, home furniture, and more.

44 W 18th St
New York,
NY
US

The staff at 14th Street Framing Gallery knows that you don't often choose what you cherish—it might be a photo, a sports jersey, or even a series of jewelry pendants. You can, however, choose how to present it. The shop has been matching coveted items to chic displays since 1978, drawing from a library of hundreds of matting and moulding styles. Staffers can preserve common two-dimensional keepsakes such as posters, prints, and paintings as well as specialty 3-D items and fabrics using shadow boxes.

In addition to their custom framing services, staffers repair frames brought from home or resize them to fit new pieces of art. Their attention to detail enables them to cut and rejoin even delicate antique frames that cracked after their portrait subjects outgrew them. For customers who want to arrange their own mementos or peruse home decor, the store supplies scrapbooking materials and prints.

225 W 14th St
New York,
NY
US

One Hour Framing Shop in New York City’s Midtown has been in the business of professional framing for over thirty years. That means the dedicated team on hand knows a thing or two about the art of framing, whether that means an ornate gold gilt frame custom-fitted for a rare work of oil on canvas, or a box for sports memorabilia and precious family keepsakes. Each order is given equal care and relies only on the finest materials and craftsmanship; everything from prints and paintings to sports jerseys and display items are meticulously fitted and mounted. Along with several other locations across New York, this East 40th Street outpost is small but well-appointed, with hanging sections of dozens of frames to give customers a sense of their potential finished purchase, and – as the name indicates – many jobs can be done in an hour.

15 E 40th St
New York,
NY
US